Things to do virtually and in person in Toronto this week


Laneway ART-ery Dances

Laneway Art-ery Dances is an interactive digital installation as part of ArtworxTO: Toronto’s year of Public Art 2021-2022. Laneway invites you to visit and experience two of downtown Toronto’s unique lanes in exciting new ways.

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Youth Theater Fall Drama Classes – Online and in Person

Join Young People’s Theater for fun drama classes this fall. A wide selection of online courses for toddlers to teens, as well as in-person options for young people.

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Lowe’s Fire Prevention Month

Local fire departments, Lowe’s Canada and First Alert safely organize fire safety and carbon monoxide awareness events at select Lowe’s and RONA stores across the province.

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KITKAT Chocolatory Made 4 U Creator Studio

KITKAT Chocolatory is launching a unique interactive experience to help chocolate lovers show their gratitude in the sweetest way possible to those who inspire them the most: with a unique KITKAT bar and personalized video message.

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Wait! There’s more: an exhibition on a series of children’s books

Discover the charm of children’s book series, new and old, at the Osborne collection of children’s books. The book series allow readers to grow up alongside their favorite characters, from Anne… the Green Gables House to Franklin the Turtle.

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Hidden Stories: Books Along the Silk Roads

Discover the latest exhibition from the Aga Khan Museum which explores the Silk Roads through one of humanity’s most precious communication tools: the book.

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Beyond monet extended until November 7, 2021

Additional tickets are now available for the largest immersive experience in Canada, bringing the works of Claude Monet to life.

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Conversations in the Garden | Emmanuel Osahor

Emmanuel Osahor’s exhibition Conversations in the Garden deals with notions of beauty as a necessity for survival and a precursor to fulfillment. His works represent garden spaces like constructed sanctuaries.

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Signing up for Santa’s gift for low-income families

The Toronto Star’s Santa Claus Fund offers gift boxes to eligible families delivered right to their homes. Each gift box contains clothes and a book, toy, cookies and toothbrush kit. Call to register before the November 4 deadline.

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Montgomery’s Inn Winter Farmer’s Market

Shop inside with a limited number of vendors each week for local vegetables, baked goods, prepared foods and more. You can also order online.

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Auction night # Tech4SickKids

Hosted by Amber Mac, Tech4SickKids kicks off its inaugural auction night and calls on innovators, influencers and change makers to join the # Tech4SicksKids auction. The objective: to raise $ 25 million to invest in Big Data solutions.

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Beach Guild of Fine Art Winter Online Show

Beach Guild of Fine Art will be holding its Winter On-Line Show with original paintings, drawings, prints and hand-made sculptures.

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Heck yes comedy

Ready for a comedy night? Damn yes! A stand-up with a dash of the unexpected. Produced by Luba Magnus (SiriusXM, Funny or Die), featuring comics from Just For Laughs, Winnipeg Comedy Fest, CBC and more.

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The Great Canadian Science Fiction Film Festival

Welcome to the Great Canadian Sci Fi Film Festival, the perfect way to see films from another world.

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The tray market

Shop over 30 local vendors with your dog at Parkdale Hall.

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Art exhibition of 60 works / 60 years at the Market gallery

Presented by TOAF and the City of Toronto Market Gallery, “60 Works / 60 Years” is an exhibition showcasing 60 works of art acquired by the city over the years through the Mayor’s Purchase Price. Look now and see the city through the eyes of its artists

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Drink, dine and dice

Step into a spooky season and watch your favorite Toronto artists in Dungeons and Dragons. Led by the Game Master and the roles of the dice, players will choose their own adventure through a wacky story of mystery and chaos.

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Toronto Silent Film Festival: Moulin Rouge

This lavish production from the late 1920s resuscitates the flamboyant glamor and grim undertones of the world’s most decadent cabaret as a corrupt love triangle spirals out of control. New restoration. With musical accompanist Bill O’Meara.

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Noel schajris presents his “mi presente” tour

The tour will initially visit 20 cities in the United States and Canada, taking the singer-songwriter from coast to coast.

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Although we endeavor to provide the most accurate description of the list of events and locations, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions in the description of the event, location or intended audience. If necessary, please contact the event organizer for more information.

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